Feb 23, 2021
Tiger Woods was en route to meeting Drew Brees, Justin Herbert when he crashed
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Tiger Woods was en route to meeting Drew Brees, Justin Herbert when he crashed.
News broke early Tuesday revealing that golfing legend, Tiger Woods, had been in a serious car accident. The car Woods was driving flipped and he was removed from the car using a prying tool and an ax, not the jaws of life as previously reported.He was rushed into surgery where he’s reportedly suffering from serious non-life-threatening leg injuries.
Now it’s been revealed where he was heading on Tuesday morning.
According to ESPN, Woods was on his way to play golf a photoshoot with two top NFL quarterbacks, Drew Brees and Justin Herbert.
Tiger Woods was headed to play golf and a photo shoot with Drew Brees and Chargers QB Justin Herbert, according to ESPNs Shelley Smith.
— Rod Walker (@RodWalkerNola) February 23, 2021No evidence of impairment in Tiger Woods crash
The police say that Woods was found alive and conscious and there was no evidence of impairment. But it was said he was driving at a “relatively greater speed than normal.”
Brees is expected to announce his retirement having potentially played his last game in the 2020-2021 NFL postseason.Next: Sports world sends thoughts and prayers to Tiger Woods after accident
Neither Brees or Herbert have commented publicly since the accident.
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A complete timeline of Justin Timberlake and Janet Jackson's Super Bowl fiasco, and what the pop stars have said about the debacle over the last 17 years
Janet Jackson and Justin Timberlake in 2004. Getty Images
- In 2004, Janet Jackson and Justin Timberlake made history during the Super Bowl halftime show.
- A planned "costume reveal" went awry, and Timberlake accidentally uncovered Jackson's right breast.
- We've put together a timeline of the lead-up to that night and the fallout that continued into 2021.
- Visit Insider's homepage for more stories.
The 2004 Super Bowl halftime show lives on in infamy after Janet Jackson's headliner performance with guest-singer Justin Timberlake ended in scandal.
A planned "costume reveal" went awry when Timberlake accidentally removed a section of Jackson's costume, and her right breast was shown on live TV to 100 million viewers.
Jackson's career was changed for the worse after what was later known as "Nipplegate," while Timberlake's star only rose higher.
Keep reading for a full look at the lead-up to the night's events, how everything went wrong, and what both Jackson and Timberlake have said publicly about the fiasco over the last two decades.